The Murderer's Ape - Part Two: Chapters 39 – 46 Summary & Analysis

Jakob Wegelius
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In Chapter 39, "The Station Inspector in Jodhpur," Sally has some time alone in the train car she shares with Mr. Wilkins. He becomes ill from eating too much rich food, giving her more time alone. She hides her face and hairy arms with a scarf and hands the letter off to a man on the train platform, hoping he will mail it for her. She notes that she can look back on the situation and knows he did not mail it, but her hope sustains her over the coming months.

In Chapter 40," Delayed Meetings," the group arrives in Bhapur. They have elaborate rooms and Mr. Thursgood makes them practice their presentation to the Maharaja. They go to the palace several times, expecting to meet the Maharaja, but a minister tells them each time that the Maharaja is unavailable.

In Chapter 41, "An Audience...

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